gotta push it man, try to pick a dominant colour like hot pink, and paint monochromatic with it, then work from there :)
you would really start with pink? not skin colour?
with benjamin's style I doesn't really matter what colour anything is. And there is no such thing as a skin tone in painting. In different lights, skin can basically be any colour. Its all about how you shade and use other colours around the primary to make it feel believable.benjamin uses alot of complementary colours to shade for maximum contrast, so if you use a pink, try a dark green or something for shadows. just watch out for colour saturation.
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